Once a Texas A&M verbal commitment, Katy football standout Rodney Anderson will head north of the Red River to play college football.
The all-state running back picked the Oklahoma Sooners on Sunday, according to the Katy football twitter account. The 6-foot, 205-pound Anderson becomes the first Houston-area athlete to pick the Sooners, but the fourth Texan. He originally committed to Texas A&M in Aug. 2013, but decommitted in April.
Anderson has played on the varsity since his freshman season when an injury to Adam Taylor prompted the call up. He topped 1,000 yards on the ground as Katy reached the third round of the playoffs. (Houston Chronicle)
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